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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
AMUSEMENTS. JJIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. B. J. CARROLL Presents the Worid's Greatest Attraction: LEROY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, LEROY. TALMA, AND BOSCO, LERIOY, TALMA, AND BOSCO, The Most Famous Magicians of the Age, in a series of Bewildering Illusions, conceived in the master brain of SERVAIS LEROY, A Wizard Most- Profound in the Art of Tins Incomparable Trio cf Illusionists -will b« assisted by Twenty-!,wo . English, Amerieaa, and Continental Artists, including' WARNER AND WHITE, America's Representative Eceentrki Dancers. SANTO SANTUCCI, The Wizard of the Accordion. JUGGLING EXTRAORDINABY By "The Unknown.'' Popular Prices: 3s, 2s, Is. NO EARLY DOORS. Day Sals Tickets at Jacobs's. Box Plan at the Dresden, until 5 p.m., afterwards at Jacobs's. Booking Fee, Is. TRAFALGAR DAY DEMONSTRATION, GARRISON HALL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, at 8 o'clock. Under the Auspices of the Navy League (Otago Branch). if-EMBERS and the GENERAL PUBLIC .JPA are invited to Attend the above, when the following Programme will be submitted:— ADDRESSES. "The Discipline of War.' Dean Fiteh&tt. ' Moral Aspect of Imperialism,' Rev. W Hay. LANTERN ADDRESSES. ' Germany and the War.' Mr W. J. Morrell. 'The Navy of Old England/. Mr C. Darling. The Lyric Quartet will Sing. i Mr W. Yv. Crawford will Recite. The 4th Regiment Band will Play. Members filter by Ihc Dow'tmg street side i entrance. The General Public (Adults Only) will be Admitted at 7.45. CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY OF DUNEDIN. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY, CENTRAL WARD. In the matter of the "Municipal Corporations Act, 1908." "The Muncipal Corporations Amendment Act, 1910," the " Local Elections and Polk Act. 1903.'' and the "Local Election* and Poll* Amendment Act 1913." f HEREBY GIVFi PUBLIC NOTICE that L the following persons have been NOMINATED as COUNCILLOR FOR CENTRAL WARD in the City of Dunedin to fill the Extraordinary Vacancy in the City Council caused by the resignation of Archibald Jamas Sullivan as Councillor for Central Ward—viz.. CARROLL, JOHN. LUNN, JOHN. And as more than one candidate has been nominated. Notice is also Hercbv Given that a, POLL will be taken on TUESDAY, the 27th day of October, 1914, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., in tho following booths —viz.: Garrison Hal!., Dowling street. Mission Hall, Walker street. Mission Hall, Russell street. R. A. JOHNSTON, Substitute Returning QBcft. Dunedin, October 20, 1914. BOROUGH OP MAORI HILL. 3UBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE!* that the Balance-sheet of the Maori Hill Borough Council for the year ended 31st March, 1914, and ths Report of the Audit Office thereon, will be OPEN for INSPECTION at the Office of the Borough Council of the said Boroueh during office hours from data hereof until" the 20th day of NOVEMBER, 1914, and that copies of such Balancesheet and Report may be obtained on. application. 0. GRATER, Town Clerk. Maori Hill, 20th October, 1914. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. rACKSON/S PriTat* Hotel, Dowling street; t Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, sto 7; Social* I end Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE House, Moray place (new . Of management). Best accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Paeraon; 'phone 2,180 TANTED, Board and Residence for" . . V couple, with child; 2 rooms: meais | privately: no other boarders. Address "Comfortable," 'Star' Office. AUCTIONS. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), At 1 ./clock. At, Plaw's Store, Mihiwaka. DM. S P E D D 1 N C • is instructed by Official Assignee t< sell by auction; at Plaw's Store, Mihiwaka To-morrow, at 1 o'clock, The Whole or' Ihc Stock. Horse--, Can Harness, Cows, Pit:, am! Hoi;-eho!< Furniture. Without I!< .=(■•«■<'. THURSDAY. 22nd OCTOTSKR, j At. 2 o'clock sharp. On the Promises, 6 ARTHUR STREET, or j pofite Boys' High School. j Sale V , HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. | WALNUT IRON FRAME PIANO by i KIRCH NKR. AMES SAMSON _ AND CO. | rjr have been favored with instructions from Mrs SANDE-S, who is giving up housekeeping, to sell by auction, on (he premises, No. 6 Arthur street, the whole of her Houser hold Furniture, etc., including—- | Walnut 'iron-frame p' I fancy folding chairs, c; ... i tables. 4 carpet squares, heavy linoleums, curt'iin pules and curtains, izacy ornaments, pkhuv-, cutlery, crystal, and crockery, fenders and irons, fancy plafpies, seagTa chairs, mas-ive hall stand, halt carpet." k' i pcrior oak bedroom suit*', a double arid sing ! iron beds, wire and flock mattresses, blanI kets, naperj', 4 duchesse chests, washstands. ware, mirror-door wardrobe, bedroom and hitch en r'umittuv. )><■' . ;■"!!-:. wringer, andl THURSDAY. 22nd OCTOBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Premises, Melbourne road, South Dunedin (next Foibury School'). BUILDING FOR REMOVAL. 4-roomed Dwelling for Removal. A LEX. HARRIS AND CO THURSDAY, 22nd .OCTOBER, At, 2 o'clock. • At Rooms, 221 Princes street. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, DOMINION ORGAN (12 stops), R.P. BOOKCASE AND CHIFFONIER. ANTIOUE OAK SIDEBOARD. OCCASIONAL SUITE IN TAPESTRY, Marble Timepiece, Hanging Lamps, Couclie Occasional Chairs and Tables. Austrian Chairs, Vases, Ornamcnrs, Curtains, Pain: Stands. Carpets, Walnut- Mirror-back Sideboard, Double anil Single Iron Bedsteads. Wire and Flock Mattresses, Dtichesso Pair>, Chest* and Tables, 4 a.nd 5-drawer Chests, Iron Cot and Mattress, Red Pine Wardrobe, Gent's Riding Saddle, Go-cart, Push Core, Kitchen Dresser, Tables, Chairs. Wringer*. Cooking Utensils, Hand Sewing Machine. Steps, 3ft Range, Store Truck, Large Gai Ccoker "gi:g and dray harness, lady's and genus bicycles. 9 Drums LUBRICATING OIL. • LEX. HARRIS AND CO. wilt seli by auction, as above. FRIDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, At 2 p.m. sharp. At Corner Frederick street and Athol place. mHOS. PATERSON AND CO. A are instructed by Mr W. Stewart t« sell, without reserve, The Whole of his Stock of GEXERAL GROCERIES, STATIONERY, HOSJJERY, HABERDASHERY, CROCKESY, BOOK& etc., also It-lly bottles, confectionery scale*' Avery scales and weights, show cases, pateal till, and a large lot of sundries. ..' SALE S#RT6;'Af,? vP ,ia. ; -SHAiW. : ;
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